MitoScore helps to select the embryos with higher potential for implantation increasing pregnancy rates for PGS




MitoScore improves the chances of reproductive success



Mitochondria are structures within cells that play an essential role in energy production.



Mitochondria have their own DNA, that is known as mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA.



mtDNA content in an embryo predicts its implantation potential.



An increase in the mtDNA in the embryo indicates a low level of energy and implantation potential.

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  • Mitoscore allows the selection of those embryos with the greatest probabilities of implantation.
  • It increases the possibilities of a viable pregnancy through IVF/PGS.
  • The clinical application of Mitoscore is to integrate it with PGS during the routine genetic analysis of the embryo to increase the implantation rate in an IVF cycle.

Mitochondrial DNA content as a viability score in human euploid embryos: less is better. Diez-Juan et al.Fertil Steril. 2015 Jun11.doi:10.1016/j.fertnstert.2015.05.022

Who should use MitoScore test?

Who should use MitoScore test?

  • MitoScore helps IVF clinics to select the euploid embryos with higher implantation potential increasing the pregnancy rates of their patients.


  • Increased implantation and pregnancy rates in IVF.
  • Reduction of the number of multiple gestations.
  • It works using the same sample used for PGS, and doesn't require any additional work in the embryology laboratory.
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How it works

  • It is performed in an IVF cycle.
  • It is an additional step in the PGS process.
  • It works using the same sample used for PGS.
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